After using Trello for a while, boards and cards start piling up. If you want to see just your cards, clicking through each board and scanning for your cards is a pain. So to help, we’ve added a ‘Cards’ page that contains all your cards across all boards. Just visit https://trello.com/my/cards, or click the ‘Cards’ link in the sidebar. Trello sorts cards by board then by list, so cards on leftmost lists will show up first.
Want to see what somebody else is doing? You can see other people’s cards page, too. Visit their profile and click ‘Cards’ in the sidebar. Here’s my cards page, for example. It will only show cards on boards you are able to see, so there’s no worry about anybody finding out about your diabolical plan to take over the universe. (I’ve said too much!)
Oh, and this is probably a good time to remind you of the ‘q’ keyboard shortcut. If you press ‘q’ while viewing a board, it will filter your cards, hiding all other cards. Handy. More filtering options are available by clicking the ‘Search and Filter Cards’ button in the sidebar. Use ‘f’ to bring it up even faster. Use ‘x’ to clear all filters. You know what, just read this page trello.com/shortcuts.
We think Trello has always worked especially well for keeping teams on the same page, but when you’ve got lots and lots of boards and cards, it can fall down for the individual. We hope the new cards page will give you better visibility on your tasks and save you some time.
Card Cover and Attachment Updates
After listening to some feedback, we’ve got a new aspect ratio for covers, roughly 2:1 compared to 3.2:1. This means you’ll be see more of the image on the front of the card and avoid some potentially awkward cropping. Also smaller images are no longer stretched out to fit the width of the card. You won’t get a low resolution, highly pixelated version any more.
We’ve also added the ability for Chrome users to upload from your clipboard. Find an image like this cake masquerading as a hamburger, right click, select ‘copy image’, go to your board and hover over a card, paste (control/command + v), and Trello will handle the upload. It’s a small, but really nice addition, especially if you’re working with a lot of screenshots and pictures of cake on the internet, which we are.